Oh, girl. As soon as you started talking about how “immacher” everyone else is, we knew you’d be holding the blue box at the end of the episode.
Not that we can blame her. Everyone on this show IS immature. Ridiculously so.
Oh, and if you want to set yourself apart from the drama, then you leave the room; you don’t sit in the thick of it, blowing on your nails to demonstrate your “macherity.”
One of the most entertaining aspects of this show is the way these kids all sit down at night to discuss how much they hate each other. It’s hysterical. What exactly is that supposed to accomplish? Aside from providing camera time, that is.
Then there’s the “Hey, I heard you guys were talking about me, so I figured I’d come out here and start a screaming match” maneuver.
Which is always followed by the “Mommy, I screamed and yelled at everyone and now they hate me” tearful, on-camera phone call. With extra added drama of “WILL SHE GIVE UP AND GO HOME? STAY TUNED!”
Though we have to give it up for Ashlie, who DID get a good burn in:
“Shopping at Bebe is not fashion experience! Sit down!”
OOOH, GIRL! Can we come sit next to you? Because that was so good, we should have thought of it.
On the other hand….
Ummm…maybe we don’t want to sit next to you. Bitch is getting a little batshit crazy, isn’t she? This is really getting to her.
Alright, let’s talk about the main challenge.
At least it was a real editorial challenge, which is the only level upon which this show works. If there is ever a Season Two (HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!), they should work on getting better, more real-world challenges like this and not waste everyone’s time with party-planning and picking out outfits for the Hamptons.
People watch shows like Project Runway because it provides reality show challenges that parallel real world concerns.
People want to see the creativity and the thought processes that someone in fashion editorial is required to demonstrate.
Sure the fighting and drama is fun for a little while, but you can’t base a whole show on it. Otherwise, we’ll just blog the latest season of The Real World.
Let’s talk about the lameass losing entry. We’ll get to the others in another post.
This idea was painfully lame. There was nothing of visual interest in the backdrop and they made the model contort herself into all these weird poses for no good reason.
Of course the judges, knowing what (CW) side (CW) their (CW) bread (CW) is (CW) buttered (CW) on, thought “Gossip Girl” was just a brilliant tagline.
It might have worked if the picture had anything whatsoever to do with it, but she just looks like she dazedly wandered into a mannequin storeroom and now she’s wondering how she got there.
To be honest, we had these two pegged as the blue-boxers almost as soon as they announced it was a double elimination. Devin seems sweet (William, a little clueless and full of himself), but if there’s one thing the show is making clear, they reward the take-no-prisoners bitches and send home the spineless ones. We guess that makes a certain amount of sense for a fashion editorial job but it’s making this show increasingly nasty with each passing week.